Welcome to SCARED - an unofficial Reminder fan page! Online since April 8th, 2001. Reminder are an innovative melancholic rock band from Sweden. This site is my personal tribute to their great music. Hopefully you enjoy your stay on SCARED and visit it from time to time for regular updates!
Thursday, May 28th, 2009
[video] - A couple of new videos have been added: Whole Life and Red Pained Scenes.
Wednesday, May 13th, 2009
[links] - Exactly 2.5 years have passed since the last update. Recently, the band re-emerged with an official homepage and, more interestingly at the moment, a MySpace profile featuring three new songs. Go check them out! It looks like there will be more news and possibly a whole album in the future. At YouTube you can watch a short clip of the drum recordings.
Monday, November 13th, 2006
[discography] - Almost a year without any update, I'm very sorry. Reminder have been busy, though, recording demos and writing new material. The band is about to visit the record studio with producer Fredrik Andersson to tape some new songs like "Whole Life", "Random Thoughts", "Deny" and "Red-Painted Scene".
Wednesday, May 11th, 2005
[concerts] - Nicklas just sent me the news that Reminder will be playing in Eskilstuna on May 20th at Ballsta Festival. The band is scheduled to play around 7pm.
Tuesday, April 19th, 2005
[links] - No real news from the Reminder-camp so far. They're presumably putting together recordings they did over the past few years. Meanwhile Tobias is playing gigs with Two Times The Trauma, which is yet another Mattias Olsson-band, this time together with Mattias Eriksson from Celestine and loads of guest musicians. Check Mattias Olsson's homepage or the TTTT-website for current tour dates and further details on Two Times The Trauma. Oh, and Happy New Year!
Thursday, August 26th, 2004
[links] - Check out Mattias Olsson's weblog for his comments on the new demo of his old band (e.g., "Surprisingly mellow and sort of ambient sounding" and "Nicklas Sandström still sings amazing, good Simon & Garfunkel esque songs and harmonies, the atmosphere is really nice but (surprise, surprise!) maybe a little bit too safe."). He also remarked that Tobias has been recording some bass tracks for the second Nanook of the North-album.
Wednesday, July 28th, 2004
[discography] - I received a demo with three brand new tracks. They sound really good and start off where the band left with the last recordings! If you're interested in hearing them you might try to contact the band.